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4 Reasons to Move to Columbus OH

Columbus, OH is a city buzzing with activity. Whether you are interested in sports, the great outdoors, or art, this city has plenty of things to keep you and your family entertained. Named America’s most intelligent city in 2013, Columbus is one of the most unique cities in the Midwest. Our team at All My Sons Moving & Storage loves calling Columbus home. Here are four reasons our Columbus movers give for why you and your family should move to Columbus, OH.

  1. Great education opportunities

Your family can enjoy sending your kids to school in one of the best school districts in the state. With the Ohio State University down the street, there are plenty of diverse opportunities for you and your family to keep learning.

  1. Sports scene

Speaking of Ohio State, in the fall you will love getting game ready at a tailgate for the Buckeyes! Football season is the best time of the year and you and your family will love being Buckeyes fans. Looking for more? The Columbus Blue Jackets professional hockey team, Columbus Crew professional soccer team and the Columbus Clippers minor league baseball team round out the Columbus sports scene.

  1. Entertainment options for everyone

Whether you enjoy dining out, shopping, museums or parks, Columbus has something for everyone. There is a festival almost every day in the summer. The Columbus Art Museum recently added a wonderful new wing. Downtown Columbus’ Scioto Mile is a natural oasis in the heart of downtown. The North Market will satisfy any shopping fix. The city is also home to nationally acclaimed distilleries, bars, and restaurants for the foodies in your family.

  1. Friendly and diverse community

Columbus is full of friendly people that love their city. The city is diverse, with 109 different languages being spoken throughout the community. No matter who you are, Columbus wants to be your new home.


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